Photo credit: INCEIF Ever since I can remember, there have been two Eids in Pakistan. There is the group that starts their fasts with Saudi Arabia, and then there’s us; we wait for… Continue reading
Footlights are trying their hand at Cabaret, the popular musical first performed in 1966, based on the 1939 short novel Goodbye to Berlin by Christopher Isherwood. They will perform at the Lemon Grove… Continue reading
Back for its sophomore year, Hijacked Festival – the nomadic electronic music and creativity-embracing experience that ‘hijacks’ idyllic urban locations – is heading back to Exeter on Saturday May 30th.
Phen Weston is a writer based in North Devon. His beautiful book of poetry, ‘The Silent Balance’, has recently been published, with all royalties going towards a very special cause. Nickie Shobeiry, a… Continue reading
“Ramadan is not about food, it is about the heart.” We follow Farda as she begins her Ramadan Diaries, telling us in her first account what the tradition means to her.
Exeter University’s Symphony Orchestra will be presenting their end of term concert, ‘Music From the Silver Screen’ at the Mint Methodist Church. Conducted by Rich Harvey and led by Kate Smethurst, 60 talented… Continue reading
After a hectic journey across London and sweaty scramble up the lawn, it is a relief to be welcomed by Ben Howard’s soulful voice swelling through the high vaulted ceilings of the Alexandra Palace.